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TPD policy changes considered following Orlando shooting

Cydney Nichols

June 29, 2016

Filed under NEWS

In the wake of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida on June 12 that killed 49 people and injured 53, Tuscaloosa city official Matt Calderon is looking change a policy that prevents off-duty police officers from wo...

Graduation Rates increase in Tuscaloosa

CW Staff

June 29, 2016

Filed under NEWS

Graduation rates across the Tuscaloosa County School system are on the rise according to the school system’s assessment and accountability department. On Thursday, June 23, Gwen Harper and Cheryl Wallace presented a report to...

UPDATED: UA student tests positive for Zika virus

Elizabeth Elkin

June 13, 2016

Filed under TOP STORIES

There are "confirmed cases" of Zika virus on the University of Alabama campus, according to an email sent to UA students and faculty involved in study abroad programs in Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America or South America.The email, se...

Tuscaloosa Farmer's Market successful for vendors, foodies

Serena Bailey

June 8, 2016

Filed under CULTURE

Saturday mornings start early for Kyle Platt. Every weekend, he spends thirty minutes loading his truck full of fresh produce, drives to Tuscaloosa's River Market and then spends an hour setting up his stand. But it's worth it...

Volunteers extract 6,500 pounds of trash from Lake Tuscaloosa

Tanner Ary

April 16, 2016

Filed under NEWS

The eighth annual Lake Tuscaloosa-North River Waterfest and Lake Clean Up took place last Saturday at both Rock Quarry and Binion Creek boat landings. The event, hosted by the City of Tuscaloosa, provides citizen volunteers fr...

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